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Aust responsible for Manus refugees: UN

The UN is urging Australia to take responsibility for the 380 people who remain in the now closed Manus Island detention centre.
SBS

Shocking footage reveals refugees living in squalor at former Manus Island detention centre

Sudanese refugee Abdul Aziz Muhamat says some men are consuming 20 to 30 cups of coffee a day in lieu of their anti-depressants.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: Refugees in Former Detention Centre in Need of Urgent Medical Attention, Activists Say

Refugees in Former Detention Centre in Need of Urgent Medical Attention, Activists Say 10:28

Footage taken on November 16 from inside the former detention centre on Manus Island showed squalid conditions and refugees appealing for urgent medical treatment for those suffering from illness. The..
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News video: Footage Shows Ongoing Construction at West Lorengau Refugee Housing Despite Government Claims Facility is Ready

Footage Shows Ongoing Construction at West Lorengau Refugee Housing Despite Government Claims Facility is Ready 00:46

Despite assurances alternative accommodation for refugees inside the former Manus Island detention centre was ready, footage taken from inside the West Lorengau facility on November 17 showed ongoing..
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News video: Australian doctors want access to Pacific asylum seekers

Australian doctors want access to Pacific asylum seekers 01:07

Australia’s main medical association calls for the government to allow independent doctors and other health experts to help more than 400 asylum seekers languishing inside a recently closed detention..
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News video: Manus Island Detainee Starts His New Life in Canada

Manus Island Detainee Starts His New Life in Canada 03:58

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News video: Water Tanks Destroyed and Removed From Abandoned Manus Island Detention Centre

Water Tanks Destroyed and Removed From Abandoned Manus Island Detention Centre 01:42

Measures to coerce the refugees inside the abandoned detention centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea, stepped up on November 13, with authorities destroying and removing water storage tanks used by..
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Australia, New Zealand start talks about Manus refugees screening process

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has offered to take in up to 150 refugees from Australia after the closure of the Manus Island detention centre.
SBS

Australian Medical Association wants access to Manus Island asylum seekers

Australia has shut access to the centre, leaving the men without sufficient food, clean water, power or medical care.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Doctors demand Manus medical checks

The Australian Medical Association says with a "worsening and more dangerous situation emerging on Manus Island" the federal government must act urgently.
SBS

'We don't want them here if they are unhappy': simmering tensions on Manus Island

Simmering tensions on Manus Island as locals and refugees are forced to live side by side.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

PNG NZ Manus Island deal would be a boon for Australia

Mr Dutton should step back and allow this issue to quietly resolve itself in a humane manner. It is only then the suffering of these unfortunate victims of persecution will finally cease.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

‘Love at first sight’: Refugee who met his wife on Manus pleading to stay

Refugee Alex Rashid met the love of his life on Manus Island, now he's fighting to stay with her and his family.
SBS

NZ refugee offer a possibility: Turnbull

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said New Zealand's offer to take 150 refugees from the Manus Island detention facility is a possibility.
SBS

Jacinda Ardern: New Zealand will give $2.7m to Manus and Nauru refugees

New Zealand will spend $2.7million on essential services for refugees and asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru, while maintaining pressure on Australia to accept an offer to resettle 150 people.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

NZ to give $NZ3m to Manus, Nauru refugees

New Zealand will give $NZ3 million to provide essential services for refugees and asylum seekers who had been detained by Australia on Manus Island and Nauru.
SBS

Ardern should deal with PNG directly on Manus: refugee council

New Zealand's Refugee Council president has called on Jacinda Ardern to do whatever it takes to end the suffering of the men on Manus Island.
SBS

WA church leaders 'armed with flowers and muffins' to be charged with trespassing

A group of church leaders protesting Australia's handling of the Manus Island crisis are set to be charged with trespassing after they conducted a sit-in at Social Services Minister Christian Porter's..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

UN urges Australia to accept New Zealand's Manus refugees offer

The United Nations has called on the Australian government to accept an offer from New Zealand to put an end to a stand-off at the now-closed Manus Island detention centre.
SBS

Christians invade Porter's WA office

Church leaders have brought muffins and flowers to Christian Porter's WA office, but refuse to leave as they protest the Commonwealth's stance on Manus Island.
SBS

Manus Island facility upgrade cost $8.1m for 24 days' work

More than 400 refugees and asylum seekers told they will be forcibly removed from the old processing centre on Monday.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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